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Turkish translation of “full-length”

full-length

adjective
 
 
/ˌfʊlˈleŋθ/
a full-length book/film, etc a book/film, etc that is the usual length and not shorter
eksiksiz/tam/kısaltılmamış kitap/film
a full-length feature filmComplete and wholeVery and extremeTypes of film, play, book etc.Long
a full-length mirror/photograph, etc a mirror/image, etc that shows a person's whole body from the head to the feet
boy aynası, boy resmi
Complete and wholeVery and extremeLong
a full-length coat/dress/skirt, etc a long piece of clothing that reaches to your feet
upuzun elbise/etek/palto vb.
Clothes which cover most of the body
(Definition of full-length from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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